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# Table of Values for (y=2^-x) (Indices and Logarithms) watch

1. Range: -3 <(or equal to) x <(or equal to) 3

y=2x
is easy

y=2-x

This is much harder as I know the graph is inverted from y=2x however I cant get the values to prove so.

take the value -2 ... y=2-(-2) this seems a bit weird as it would be 4 due to the double negative. But ofcourse it isn't otherwise the graph would look the exact same as y=2x​.

Anybody care to shed some light on my troubles?

Thanks,
Tom
2. Solved the problem now ... god damn I dont perform well on 5 hours sleep.

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